How Are the Interests of Incapacitated Research Participants Protected Through Legislation? An Italian Study on Legal Agency for Dementia Patients
Fusari Imperatori, Susanna
PloS one 2010 June 16; 5(6): e11150
Patients with dementia may have limited capacity to give informed consent to participate in clinical research. One possible way to safeguard the patients' interests in research is the involvement of a proxy in the recruitment process. In Italy, the system of proxy is determined by the courts. In this study we evaluate the timing for appointment of a legal proxy in Italy and identify predictive variables of appointment.
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